Meet our summer intern, Brittany Parziale! Brittany will be going into her third year at New England Law Boston in the Fall and will graduate in May of 2020 with an interest in family law. Brittany is from Middleboro and received her Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies from Roger Williams University in 2017. Aside from her time working in the office, Brittany also volunteers with the Women's Bar Foundation and is an Associate Member of the New England Law Review.
Leave Your Emotions at the Door
A divorce can wreak havoc in your life, leading to many emotional roller-coasters. It is normal to experience a range of emotions when dealing with a loss. Your emotions are natural, but in the divorce proceeding, you must be in control. Many clients seek to operate from an emotional perspective, which is problematic in making important financial decisions. Click here to read more.
Do You Need to Take the Parent Education Program?
Are you going through a divorce and still need to take the mandatory Parent Education Program?
Click here for a list of court-approved programs and locations.
On June 27th, we attended the Best of the Best Gala at Lombardo's in Randolph. Thank you to everyone who voted for us! The Law Office of Susan Castleton Ryan, P.C., was voted one of the top three Attorney/Law Firms in the Region!
In addition to Best of the Best, the
Wicked Local Favorites 2019 Readers Choice Awards have been announced. We would like to thank you for voting the Law Office of Susan Castleton Ryan as #1 Attorney/Lawyer in Abington for four years in a row and Gold in the region for two years in a row! Additionally, this year Attorney Melaney Hodge received an Honorable Mention for Attorney/Lawyer in Abington and Bronze in the region!
Again, thank you to everyone who voted!
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